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What Home Inspectors Look For

posted onMarch 26, 2015
by The CE Shop Team


Before a buyer ‘pulls the trigger’ on a house they usually sends a home inspector to make sure everything is up to code and that nothing is being misrepresented. As a real estate agent you should make sure a client who wants to sell a house has all the best chance of receiving a passing grade with a home inspector.

What do home inspectors look into while checking a house anyway, and what should you tell your clients to repair ahead of time?

Structural Components

When Does It Make Sense To Purchase a Fixer-upper?

posted onMarch 19, 2015
by The CE Shop Team


The Term “fixer-upper” is used in the real estate industry to describe a house that can be lived in but still needs some work in the way of repairs, reconstruction, redesign, and maintenance. It is usually less expensive than a house that needs little or no repairs.

The obvious low price is a draw, but as a real estate agent, should you even try entice your clients with a fixer-upper? When should you recommend a fixer-upper house to a client?

When the Client Has Limited Financial Options

The Best Way to Boost Your Credibility

posted onMarch 13, 2015
by The CE Shop Team


By Denise LonesThe Lones Group

It was almost fourteen years ago to the day that I first discovered one of the most powerful marketing tools I’ve ever used in my marketing career. No matter what new company or real estate agent or business I find myself involved with, I try to convince them to use it – because it works.

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